FAQ

What experience do you have with photographing weddings?

  • As a full-time wedding photographer since 2012, I’ve documented over 150 weddings. The wedding I photographed are all unique - from City Hall weddings, elopements where I’m the only witness, to weddings with over 350 guests. I’ve capture Catholic, Jewish, Chinese, Vietnamese, Muslim, and non-religious ceremonies.

How far in advance should I book you?

  • Most couples book me about 8-12 months prior to their weddings. I have book some weddings as far out as 2 years in advance, and occasionally as little as 1 month or 2 months noticed.

Do you off a second photographer?

  • Yes, I prefer to work with another wedding photographer to capture you beautiful day. It offers a fresh prospective on those fleeting moments.

When will our photos be ready?

  • Your photos will be ready 5-7 weeks after your wedding.

How can I book you for our wedding?

  • Please use the contact link in the menu. I can then tell you if I’m available for your wedding date. Please note that each year I receive around 750 inquiries and can only accept 25-30 weddings per year. I can only hold date with a signed contract and deposit.

Should we provide you with a list of photos or sample images that we’d like for our wedding?

  • We’ll have a photo planning session prior to your wedding and at that time we’ll talk about all of the details and aspect of your wedding that are most important to you. But other than a list of family members to photograph, I prefer not to work from shot lists.

If our wedding runs over the allotted time, can you stay longer?

  • Absolutely. Before the end of our contracted coverage we will check in with you and ask if you need us to stay longer. We will bill you for the time at the rate presented to you prior to booking.

Can we get the raw, unedited files?

  • No, these files are not available for viewing or purchase. Part of our style and finished products are the editing style themselves, you are hiring us for our vision and artistry so we have to have that trust in our client-photographer relationship.